In a couple of months, most will get to see Apple’s next flagship phone the iPhone 14. However, one thing that consumers are worried about is the price of the next iPhone.

That will of course depend on the specifications the iPhone 14 will come with. Details on this have been limited and most have been speculations.

According to ET News, one notable feature that the iPhone 14 may come out with is a vastly improved front-facing camera. If true, the new snapper could cost Apple three times as much as its previous technology.

The camera will reportedly come from South Korea with LG Innotek providing the technology. This is after Apple cut ties with a Chinese supplier due to quality concerns.

Hence, it would not be surprising if Apple prices the next batch of iPhones heftily. However, it would be best to note that the Cupertino company has been known to price its mobile phones high and the demand for them remains constant although variable.

However, an improved front-facing camera would delight content creators since this would mean producing high-quality videos. But would the price to pay to get the iPhone 14 be worth it?

Other than the alleged high-end front-facing camera of the iPhone 14, there are other improvements expected. That includes the alleged periscope lens for improved zooming with the sensor possibly 57% larger than what the iPhone 13 had to offer.

Aesthetically, the iPhone 14 will allegedly do away with the notch and replace it with a pill+ hole cutout – intended to free up some pixels.

Do note that these are rumors and should be taken with a grain of salt. More claims are expected to come out in the following weeks as techies brace for the latest flagship offering of Apple, the iPhone 14.

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